Carmen Gomes Inc. – Torn (2012) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Carmen Gomes Inc. - Torn (2012) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Carmen Gomes Inc.
Album: Torn
Genre: Vocal Jazz
Release Date: 2012
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 44:59
Total Tracks: 10
Total Size: 938 MB

Tracklist:

01 – Mm, come on in my kitchen
02 – I just wanna make love to you
03 – Never trust a man
04 – I’m torn
05 – Love in Vain
06 – You gotta move
07 – Let’s go get stoned
08 – Trainsong
09 – The thrill is gone
10 – Don’t let me be misunderstood [bonus track]

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Torn is the 9th Studio album from Carmen Gomes and her first for the Sound Liaison label. Torn was inspired partly by the tragic marriage of a close friend coming to an end and a strong artistic need for getting back to basics, The Blues. In a sense it is a concept album. The 9 songs follow each other in a logical order telling the story of a relationship falling apart. ”Come on in My Kitchen” representing the initial attraction and the ”Thrill is Gone” the end of love. It is pure and accesible jazz with a bluesy feel, that makes you tingle.Torn was inspired partly by the tragic marriage of a close friend coming to an end and a strong artistic need for getting back to basics, The Blues. In a sense it is a concept album. The 9 songs follow each other in a logical order telling the story of a relationship falling apart. ”Come on in My Kitchen” representing the initial attraction and the ”Thrill is Gone” the end of love.
Carmen Gomes

The Torn album and Carmen Gomes has received white spread critical acclaim:
Her warm, enormously talented and controlled voice is completely unique and she knows how to get pure emotion across to the listener …
The sound of the album is exemplary with dynamics of an addictive quality……the drums are practically visual and one feels as if one could reach out and and actually touch the singer.
Eric de Boer – Hifi.nl

Gomes Sings “You better come on into my kitchen, ’cause it’s going to be raining outdoors” and what a wondrous musical kitchen she possesses.
The utensils are the thoughtfully played musical notes. The chef is Carmen herself, serving a dream-like melodic delicacy. We at Adore Jazz, play the music from Gomes’ new CD “Torn” with great joy.
Guy Zinger – Reviewer & Writer, All About Jazz

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